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Advantages and disadvantages of Quantitative Research

Some of the Advantages and Disadvantages of Quantitative Research are as follows, So let us check it out some imformation on pros and cons of quantitative research to know more about it.

Advantages of Quantitative Research are :

  1. Quantitative research allows researcher to measure as well as analyse the data.
  2. In quantitative research high level of reliability is observed.
  3. Clear independent and dependent variable in quantitative research.
  4. In quantitative research minimum personal judgement is required.
  5. Quantitative research helps to provides the best means for understanding large population in numerical terms.
  6. After series of qualitative experimens, the quantitative experiments are useful for testing the results leading to a final answer.

Disadvantages of Quantitative Research are :

  1. In quantitative research, limited outcomes is seen due to structured method
  2. Quantitative research is difficult to study processes or dynamic phenomena : produces static view of the reality.
  3. Lack of resources for data collection
  4. Inability to control the environment in quantitative research.
  5. Limited outcomes in a quantitative research
  6. Expensive and time consuming
  7. Difficult in data analysis.
  8. Requirement of extra resources to analyse the results

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Educational Research

Educational Research is the field of scientific study which starts with the process of identifying a research problem. Next is the process of reviewing various literatures available begins. Various data are collected from all the available resources and the information is analyzed and studied. After proper understanding of the given issue or topic , a report is generated which is evaluated and can be used in education.

Disadvantages & Advantages of an TLC

Some Disadvantages & Advantages of an TLC.

In Thin layer Chromatography also called (TLC) is widely used method for the separation and detection of an molecule from a given mixture of compounds.

This method is used for the separation of non volatile compounds.

This is generally performed on the thin sheet of aluminium or thin sheet of glass or plastic.

This sheet are coated with different media, commonly used are silica gel, cellulose etc.

The sample is applied on this plate and it is called stationary phase.

BET to CEP terms

The list of Abbreviations used in Pharmaceutical Industry

Check out useful information on related terms.

In the Second Chapter on List of abbreviations used in pharmaceutical Industry find out more informations of the useful terms. Some of them are given below so check it out one by one.